sagar singh

The Fed’s difficult position is its own fault

Recessions don’t come out of nowhere. They have a cause: malinvestment fueled by central bank credit expansion. Artificially low interest rates send a false signal to investors and producers to start or continue producing things that customers don’t really want, at least not in the amount that is now being produced, and/or that cannot be completed with the ones available…

US officials weigh possible ‘manipulation’ of bank shares: source

Here we are again, 2008 on repeat. Predatory short sellers have found weakness in the banking sector and are exploiting that weakness for personal gain.

Do banks now get a special waiver to ban short sales of their shares like they did in 2008?

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